Manchester City play West Bromwich Albion tomorrow in what will be a crucial match in the race for the top four.
Pep Guardiola’s side go into the game knowing a victory would take them above Liverpool and into third.
But failure to win would open the door to Arsenal, who are currently in fifth sitting just three points behind City.
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How will Guardiola line up?
Fabian Delph is likely to be out for the rest of the season with a leg injury, joining Ilkay Gündogan and Claudio Bravo in being a long-term absentee.
John Stones is also set to return from a muscle injury, which has ruled him out since last month, so he could take the place of either Vincent Kompany or Nicolás Otamendi.
And it will be Pablo Zabaleta's last game at the Etihad Stadium before he leaves this summer so he may start to get a good farewell.
Sergio Agüero started on the bench against Leicester City after returning from injury but he too will be pushing for a first-team spot, despite Gabriel Jesus’ recent impressive form.
Guardiola’s side also have no suspensions to worry about.
Despite the Spaniard switching formations on a number of times this season, you would expect him to stick with the four at the back deployed in recent weeks.